Author(s): Jelnek I, Dohnal J, Snopek J, SmolkovKeulemansov E
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Abstract Commercially available phenothiazine derivatives were used for the study of cyclodextrin complex formation by cationic isotachophoresis with alpha-, beta- and gamma-cyclodextrin and methylated analogues of beta-cyclodextrin as leading electrolyte additives. The relationships between the type of solute substituent in the 10- and/or 2-position and the stability of the created cyclodextrin complex were studied and the results were utilized for the optimization of isotachophoretic conditions suitable for the resolution of the studied phenothiazine derivatives. Successful resolution of three racemic solutes was achieved.
This article was published in J Chromatogr
and referenced in Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta